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This volume completes Tandler's "Lehrbuch der systematischen Anatomie." It deals with the nervous system and conforms in general character with the first three volumes. It is a textbook for students written by a professor who excels as a teacher. Professor Tandler says that who describes...
A fairly careful search of the literature failed to reveal photomicrographic reproduction of the cross striations of the muscle fibers of the sino-auricular node. These striations have been well described and drawings have been made. In the average section they are often invisible; in some,...
Of the various methods now in use to destroy birthmarks, that of electrocoagulation in the treatment of nevus pigmentosus et pilosus verrucosus seems particularly successful.
Although radium and carbon dioxide snow therapy give the best results in the removal of angiomatous nevi, and surgical...
Essential hypertension is usually defined as a disease characterized chiefly by a persistent elevation of the blood pressure without known organic cause. This elevation of blood pressure may occur in young persons.1 The disease may exist without symptoms for many years, and frequently is...
The Lowest Birth Rate Again
The birth rate continues to fall. For England and Wales it was 16.2 per thousand in 1929, as against 16.7 in 1928. The severe influenza epidemic of last year and to a less extent the period of arctic cold in January and February took a...
Those of our readers who read the editorial in The Journal last week regarding J. R. Brinkley, the Milford, Kansas, "gland grafter," may be interested in Brinkley's reaction to that article. The Kansas City Star gave its readers many or most of the facts that have been presented to the...
Buttermilk, cocoa, weak coffee, eggnog, malted milk, milk, milk and cream, postum, S. M. A., tea, Kaffee Hag.
Made with sweet cream, sour cream or white sauce and strained vegetables; oyster stew, clam broth and chicken broth.
Gonorrheal infection of bone, particularly in the female, is of sufficient rarity to warrant consideration. Medical textbooks speak of gonorrheal arthritis, periarthritis and tenosynovitis but scarcely mention gonorrheal osteomyelitis or periostitis. Stark1 gave a comprehensive review of the...
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